Japanese Put A Brave Face On Their Problems

Viewing The Disaster With A Hope For Better Days
Viewing The Disaster With A Hope For Better Days

Japanese have once again proved that they are different from others. They have displayed a great sense of order amidst images of devastation.  I am sure they would be face to face with normalcy quite soon.  They have provided human will a new stature. I salute their indomitable will power,  their remarkable attitude, their  unique gestures.

For Japanese it’s not an unfamiliar experience to play with fire. They have been in arms of troubles quite often.  However,  this time the disaster  crossed its limit,  leading to total collapse of normal life.   However,  the world came to witness that the Japanese didn’t enter in loot and killings as we witness in other counties during such scenario. The supermarkets are devoid of essential commodities. There is no electricity and fresh water. There is risk of even nuclear disaster.  Tell me which nation has faced such unprecedented crisis ?

However,  the Japanese people are still smiling, trying their level best to bring things back on track.  It’s time to support and help these people so that they be  in tune with happy episodes of life once  again.

From  The Washington Post News Item:

We value harmony over individualism,” said Minoru Morita, a well-known Tokyo-based political commentator. “We grow up being taught that we shouldn’t do anything we are ashamed of. It is these ideas that make us.

Human Life Vs Nature

Human Life Vs Nature


The Washington Post

Images of devastation (You Tube Video)

Total collapse (You Tube Video)

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3 responses

  1. My Message To My Friend Vijay On Instablogs:

    The Japanese need our prayers. A simple, deep and sincere would certainly act as bridge over troubled waters for them. The tragedies of this huge magnitude often suggest us that we should be grateful to Lord for each breath that He provides us. We should never ignore simple moments of happiness that Lord comes to provide us.

    Someone has rightly remarked that we should not undermine the worth of our small possessions.

    However, we continue to remain swayed by overweening desires, greed and lust. Even tragedies teach us lot. Let’s grasp the right lessons and emerge as an evolved soul.

    Read this as well: http://healthland.time.com/2011/03/17/learning-from-the-japanese-example%E2%80%94what-makes-heroes/

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